There is such a good crop of young American female sprinters these days, that they deserve their own thread so we can make note and keep track of their performances - -Jenna Prandini just won the Pac-12 100m Championships, and finished 3rd in the 200m. She is a red-shirt freshman. -Emily Blok finished 2nd at the Mtn West Championships in the 100m and 200m, missing 1st place in both races by 2/100s of a second. Jenna and Emily are the 2 fastest white American female sprinters ever - to the best of my knowledge. -Katie Wise is a freshman at Indiana St. and won the Missouri Valley Conf. Championships 100m. -Jenna Puterbaugh runs for USC and finished 4th in the 200m behind Prandini at the Pac-12 Championships. -Georganne Moline runs for Arizona and was an Olympic finalist in the 400m hurdles in London. She showed her flat speed with a blistering 23.37 in April. -Hannah Cunliffe is a teenage phenom, whose exploits are well documented in other threads. -Mary Beth Sant is another amazing HSer with the fastest 100m time in the country so far this year -11.38. Here are the girls' personal bests: Jenna Prandini 11.31/23.14 Emily Blok 11.32/23.25 Katie Wise 11.41/23.52 Georganne Moline NA/23.32 Jenna Puterbaugh 11.60/23.48 Mary Beth Sant 11.38/23.91 Hannah Cunliffe 11.58/23.85 This quality and depth of female sprinters is unprecedented in the US. All these girls are in college or high school, so they are still developing. Truly exciting!